Medical Law practice presupposes a deep engagement with current and upcoming legal issues and a commitment to work with institutions and patients. Our experienced and dedicated team manages issues related to ethics, digital health, consent to treatment in clinical trials and personalized treatment while patients are empowered to become more involved in decisions about their own treatment and can raise malpractice issues. We also offer comprehensive training programs for clinicians and hospital administration staff including obtaining consent, avoiding breaches of confidentiality and properly recording consent in real-life scenarios. Whatever your institutional ambitions or private concerns, we will mobilize our expertise and experience to form health law solutions which deliver your objectives efficiently and effectively.
Pharma & Biotech
Whether your business belongs to Pharma or Biotech, it needs corporate or commercial advice and guidance, faces compliance and corporate governance issues, or requires expert advice on pharma compliance, intellectual property, data protection, parallel trade, clinical negligence and public procurement, our team of health law experts has your back. We offer legal services on the approval, marketing and promotion of pharmaceutical products, we advise veterinary pharma companies, procure license and R&D agreements and advise you on product liability, your interactions with HCPs and HCOs, third party agreements, claw-back and rebate issues. Moreover, we have considerable experience in clinical drug trials and research, as well as in the production and marketing authorization of cannabis medicinal products. Therefore, our expertise extends to the full range of legal actions required for the notification and distribution of over-the-counter (OTC) products, cosmetics and food supplements. Our deep engagement with the corporate, commercial side of the pharmaceutical law also ensures attention to all the financial aspects of drug trials, as well as risk management of clinical pathways and protocols.